After a week of illness, we all felt the need for a little fresh air and adventure yesterday – and after getting various chores done we set off for Happisburgh Lighthouse.
Built in 1790, Happisburgh (pronounced hazebra) is the only independently run lighthouse in Great Britain. There’s a chance to climb the 112 steps to the lantern at events and tours run during the year.
Along with the lighthouse there is a beach to explore, a lovely cliff top walk and a fabulous playground too.
Just what the doctor ordered.
I hope you’ve all had a healthy week. To see what other people have submitted for My Sunday Photo, please click on the camera below.
Also, please pop back tomorrow because my latest Behind The Book interview is with the fabulous Isabella Davidson, who writes the popular blog Notting Hill Yummy Mummy and has now published her first book, Beta Mum: Adventures In Alpha Land.
I’ve been cracking on with decorating the living room this week so chances to get out with my camera have been few and far between. It’s nearly done now, thankfully.
This shot was taken last Sunday on a dull, grey day at Eaton Park in Norwich. Years ago my running buddy spotted a heron at the pond but we have never seen once since and it’s become a long standing joke. I even mentioned it this time but as we jogged by I noticed a head below the wall and emergency stopped mid-run to grab a photo on my phone. I snapped it quickly just in case it flew away but also because I didn’t want to interrupt our run for too long. I like the fact it’s standing next to the “no fishing” sign.
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Wishing you an enjoyable week ahead.
Is Freya the only child who comes home from school with even more energy than usual? Most nights we have to take her out to run off some of the excess before bed (and she’s still getting up at 5am every day).
The plus side is that we are getting to see some lovely sunsets, like this one. You can’t really see Norwich very well but I do like the sky. The sun’s rays seem to be shining down on many of the city’s landmarks.
Hope you’ve all had a great week.
Please pop back tomorrow when I have a new Behind The Book post featuring Jan Baynham and on Tuesday I’ll be posting our Halloween Bostik Blogger craft.